Taking the Scenic Route

We have WALKING!

29th December 2006

We have WALKING!

posted in Milestones, Zora |

Although she has taken one or two steps before, she has never intentionally walked before.  Today, she purposefully took her first steps!  One year, six days old.  She walked back and forth between Mom & Dad a few times before we grabbed the camera.  Pictures will follow later (and videos if they turned out), but she is wanting to help me type now and making it difficult to accomplish anything on the computer.  lol.


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There are currently 4 responses to “We have WALKING!”

  1. 1 On December 29th, 2006, juliepersons said:

    yippeee for ZORA!

  2. 2 On December 29th, 2006, mischievium said:

    Such a big girl, already! Yay for Zora!

  3. 3 On December 30th, 2006, Jfers_mom said:

    Yesterday when I envisioned her walking, that last still shot that you posted is exactly the expression I pictured. What a doll!

    Your dad says that if she’s anything like her mommy, she will be running in a matter of days!

    How old was Zane when he walked?

    Hugs to my little princess! Grammas proud of her!!

  4. 4 On December 30th, 2006, ShackintheMountains said:

    What a big girl!  Go Zora!  She’s such a cutie.

    I think Zane looks a lot like his dad.  :-)

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